Red Spider Lilies In A Corner Of A Park

red spider lilies

These flowers were blooming in a corner of the park

Shot at Sarue-Onshi park in Sumiyoshi, Tokyo.

In a corner of the park, some red spider lilies were blooming. I like its unique shape. Yet it is not popular in Japan because the flower is often thought as an unfortunate sign. It blooms during Higan, many Buddhists pay the ancestors a visit at that time in Japan. So it is correlated with the afterlife.

It might be a perishing nuisance for the flower. It didn't come into bloom at the convenience of the human beings.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
9557
Shooting Date
Sep 2015
Posted On
November 11, 2015
Place
Sumiyoshi, Tokyo
Genre
Floral Photography
Archive
NOV 2015 NATURE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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